Almost a year later the streak of the Chiefs. This time, not even Patrick Mahomes could save Kansas City from defeat. Surprisingly, Raiders they stood with authority at Arrowhead Stadium to emerge with the victory 40-32. The Chiefs have not lost since Nov. 10 when they lost to the Titans. They had 13 consecutive victories, until the Bad Boys changed history.
From the start, the game was vibrant at Arrowhead. Emotions were not lacking and the duel delivered great actions. Chiefs and the Raiders were tied 24-24 in the fourth quarter, but the Baddies scored 16 points in the closing to seal an unexpected win in Week 5. The Raiders’ figurehead was the quarterback. Derek Carr, who threw for 347 yards with three touchdown passes, including one for 72 yards. In addition, it completed 22 of its 31 shipments.
Another that stood out was the corridor Josh jacobs, as he scored the two touchdowns that gave the victory to Jon Gruden’s team. Now, the Raiders are 3-2 in the AL West. They are second in their division, behind Kansas City, which lost undefeated with the defeat and has a 4-1 record. Chargers and Broncos trailed behind, both going 1-3 negative.
The 340 yards Mahomes threw weren’t enough to beat the Raiders. The Chiefs quarterback completed 22 of his 43 passes and recorded two touchdown passes. But in addition to the loss, ‘Pat’ suffered his first interception of the season. In the fourth quarter, Mahomes looked for a pass to Travis Kelce, but Raiders safety Jeff Heat cut the delivery and ran to the Chiefs’ 2-yard line. Which later Jacobs took advantage of for the momentary 40-24.
In other highlights of the day in the NFL, the Ravens beat the Bengals 27-3. The Texans won their first game of the season, beating Jacksonville 30-14. While the Cardinals beat the Jets 30-10. In another exciting game, the Steelers beat Philadelphia 38-29. While Rams defeated Washington 30-10. Carolina also won her game 23-16 against Atlanta.